My daughter took this shot a couple of weeks ago when the sky was looking all weird. I am just really amazed at her photography skills.
She has not had any photography classes at all, but she absolutely loves taking pictures. She gets it from every angle — taking 5-10 shots of everything. I don’t see the differences, but she does.
I’m hoping that she turns this passion into something that she can use to support her financially when she gets older.
What have you been taking pictures of this week?
My daughter took this photo at Christmas time. She is getting so good at using my camera. I think I need to hire her as my full time photographer.
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What has been a photo that you have taken lately that you love?
When my son was born, I had his pictures made like every month for the first year of his life. I am not joking. I wanted to make sure to capture every single moment of his life. Little did I know that I could do that very same thing myself and take photos with my point and shoot and really get some great shots.
Photographer, author and educator Erin Manning provides her Top 3 Tips for capturing better baby photos. Erin gives you advice on setting the scene and getting close to the baby for those perfect images, as well as using a SanDisk Ultra SDHC card to make sure she never misses a shot.
The tip on the macro has to be my favorite. Up til now — I honestly had no clue how to use that. Thanks Erin for such great advice!
These tips provided by Sandisk will definitely come in handy for you the next time you are snapping away and taking photos of your kids.
What kind of picture will you be taking of your baby?
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I love the fact that Stephen and I get to work with our teens at church. These girls have become a huge part of my life and I cannot imagine one day without them in it. They make my days SO much brighter and I am totally blessed to a part of their life as well.
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